Business Unit Leader (Current Employee) – Portland, OR – December 13, 2017
It is a place where work never stops, its always go go and even though you work 10-12 hours a day the managers expect even more. Feels like there is no win for the salary unless you are upper management.
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Fair Lawn, NJ – December 14, 2017
Poor management, cutthroat, people throw each other under the bus. They put you in places and shifts that make your life difficult. Most of the shop stewards only look out for the people that look like them.
Full Time Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) – Plainwell, MI – December 12, 2017
Management is awful, customer service takes forever to help you, if they even do. This us the most unorganized company I've ever worked for and to them, you are valued or appreciated. You are a work horse, not a human. They are two faced about everything and no matter how hard you try, you will not please them.
Fast paced work day with many opportinities to get involved with cutting edge technology.
End User Computing Global Voice Lead (Former Employee) – East Hanover, NJ – December 5, 2017
Mondelez is a fast paced, multi-cultural global organization with an open office environment that encourages collaboration. Known for piloting the latest technology to enable employees to embrace work/home balance. Work hours at times can be long and involve some weekend/holiday support. Management is fair and colleagues are acknowledged for their contributions via various award programs.
Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) – Addison, IL – November 16, 2017
I loved working here but it was brutal on my car driving everywhere. You only reimburse for your miles when a regular Sales Rep but if you had my job sales service then you wasn't reimburse. The pay was amazing.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – West Lebanon, NH – November 15, 2017
Went through 2 area managers in the matter of a few months. Never knew what you were doing the next day until sometimes 11 at night. Wont pay for all hours worked. They also hold back on your mileage, will cut about 100 miles off every week that you should have been paid. Also will call while you are working to have you drive to another town and cover for bosses who were too hungover to work. The place had the most uneducated back woods employees working for them. It's not worth it. They hire high school dropouts to be the new bosses for the ones who have all quit.
Pilot Plant Technician (Former Employee) – Whippany, NJ – October 31, 2017
Mondelez Pilot Plant Technician role was very stressful and tiring. There were plenty of breaks during the work day, but the work was very tiring. Many times I would stay after the regular hours to finish my work. My apron and work clothes would get a beating during the day. Sometimes I would ask for more time off and breaks and usually I would not be allowed. There was a lot of noise, steam and smoke from the operating machines. There was a lot of machine inventory that needed to be organized and cleaned regularly.